Adolescence is a time of new challenges and new opportunities. Some adolescents do not negotiate these challenges positively and develop personal and social problems which lead towards their maladjustment. A study was conducted to find out the adjustment problems among Kashmiri adolescents. It was a descriptive survey study comprising of three hundred adolescents taken from higher secondary schools of three districts of Jammu and Kashmir. From each district 50 adolescent boys and 50 adolescent girls were selected by using simple random sampling technique. Youth Problem Inventory was used to collect the data. The mean, t-test and ANOVA were used to analyze the data and interpret the result. The result showed that the adolescent boys and girls of Kashmir have high adjustment problems in various areas like family, school, social and on a personal front. It was found that the adolescent boys and girls of Kashmir do not differ significantly with each other in adjustment problems.